HCM Interview with J.T. Hiskey

An aspiring artist from Salt Lake City, Utah, J.T. Hiskey has his sights set on becoming more than just a household name. At an early age, Hiskey dreamed of pursuing a music career and hitting the big stage. Now older, J.T. Hiskey can finally make his dreams a reality and set out on his musical journey. Look at our brief interview and see what he had to say.

J.T. Hiskey Interview

HCM. Where are you from and how did you get to this point in your career as an artist?
J.T. Hiskey. Salt Lake City Utah.

New song out now with Afroman – Beverly Hillz

HCM. When did you know that you were going to make music a career?
J.T. Hiskey. When I was 10 years old.

HCM. On your current/upcoming album… How did you come up with the concept for this project?
J.T. Hiskey. Afroman and I have known each other for many years. We recently just did a tour together, and right after we did shows together, we ended up creating this song.

HCM. What are some of your greatest challenges as an artist, and what is your greatest attribute when it comes to your work ethic?
J.T. Hiskey. Challenges are always trying to figure out what direction to go next. I love to surprise my fans at all times by keeping them guessing about what is coming next. My greatest attribute is keeping things rad always!

HCM. What do you think your “biggest break” or “greatest opportunity” has been so far in your musical career?
J.T. Hiskey. Being on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon.

HCM. How do you see your sound evolving in the next couple of years?
J.T. Hiskey. As I keep on getting older, my sound and style are becoming much more mature.

HCM. What impression would you like listeners to be left with after hearing your music?
J.T. Hiskey. Be kind to others and always be yourself.

To know more about J.T. Hiskey or booking inquiries, you can contact him via email at jthiskey@purerockradio.com

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Author: Mr. Hood Critic

Hood Critic Magazine was founded by Holland D. Witherspoon in Bossier City, Louisiana 2013. HOOD CRITIC MAGAZINE was created to cover up and coming unsigned independent artist.